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Timmins partnership brewing local supply of hand sanitizer

Timmins partnership brewing local supply of hand sanitizer

The first 1,400 bottles are for local emergency groups
New fund to help agri-food producers move online

New fund to help agri-food producers move online

Province, feds jointly providing $2.5M to eligible applicants
Governments provide rent relief for commercial landlords and tenants

Governments provide rent relief for commercial landlords and tenants

Assistance program to provide forgivable loans to property owners if no tenant evictions
Addressing workplace mental health during the pandemic

Addressing workplace mental health during the pandemic

Take steps to 'charge your batteries,' says workplace mental health expert
New Liskeard furniture maker produces overflow beds for local hospital

New Liskeard furniture maker produces overflow beds for local hospital

Three H Furniture Systems assists Temiskaming Hospital with COVID-19 preparations
Timmins businesses experiencing layoffs, service reduction: report

Timmins businesses experiencing layoffs, service reduction: report

Timmins Chamber of Commerce found 63 per cent of SMEs have reduced operations
Tourism outlook ‘pretty bleak’  for Northern outpost operators

Tourism outlook ‘pretty bleak’ for Northern outpost operators

With U. S. border closed, COVID-19 could create some small business casualties if no government assistance offered, says outfitters group
Ingenuity helps Sudbury independent bookseller adapt in the age of COVID-19

Ingenuity helps Sudbury independent bookseller adapt in the age of COVID-19

Bay Used Books can now ship to customers anywhere in Ontario
Sault businesses, big and small, providing support during pandemic

Sault businesses, big and small, providing support during pandemic

Free meals, grocery delivery, and masks among services being supplied
Sault entrepreneur sees reason to be optimistic when COVID-19 crisis subsides

Sault entrepreneur sees reason to be optimistic when COVID-19 crisis subsides

Jason Naccarato says that while pent-up demand may mean a boost for business, some sectors will still be vulnerable